April was a very active month for the Council. The Council launched its second phase of policy-generating work at the University of California at Davis, hosted by Chancellor Gary May. Additionally, a delegation from the Council on Competitiveness participated in the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement by leading a panel at the Agreement 25 conference focused on reimagining the future of a more global Northern Ireland. The council also joined the Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils at the 8th Delphi Economic Forum, and the Council's University Leadership Forum meeting was joined by Democratic Senator from Virginia Mark Warner.
Read about all this, news from across the Council community, and new members who have joined it in the latest Compete Connect newsletter here.